Future of BPM: How low-code/no-code technology is democratizing business process management
Spokesperson : Mohan Madurakavi
Among the latest set of trends in the business process management (BPM) landscape, low-code/no-code technology is largely preferred and adopted by organizations. This is mainly because low-code no-code solutions allow users to create and manage processes, workflows, and applications without having to write code.
By 2024, it’s predicted that 75% of firms will rely on low or no-code technologies.
In this article for Process Excellence Network by Michael Hill, Mohan Madhurakavi, Digital Transformation Evangelist at Kissflow discusses how rapid BPM design or changes not possible via traditional coding. “A low-code or no-code platform where the business user can create their own processes and get that executed immediately is fundamental.”Read the full article here.